The Great Locomotive Chase
The Great Locomotive Chase.
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On April 22, 1862, a party of 22 Union spies stole a train from right under the noses of 4,000 Confederate troops near Atlanta, Georgia, and began a race that might have brought an early end to the Civil War had it succeeded. Intrepid Confederates led by the train's conductor, William A. Fuller, commandeered rolling stock for the chase, and persevered long enough to recapture the train. Union leader James J. Andrews and many of his men were hung in the South, but those who survived and made their way home were awarded Congressional Medals of Honor.
Other Special Features: Languages: English and French; Subtitles: French and Spanish
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Languages: English and French; Subtitles: French and Spanish
Fess Parker, Jeffrey Hunter, Jeff York I, John Lupton, Eddie Firestone, Harry Carey Jr., Slim Pickens, Kenneth Tobey
Francis D. Lyon
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